Liew Niyomkarn
I Think of Another Time When You Heard It

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why we love this

A pile of memories that never ceases to grow. Sonic diarism at its best, where each texture and layer is crucial to any other.

about the cassette

Liew Niyomkarn builds a soft, dreamlike replica of the world around her with field recordings and found object samples. The album, titled I Think of Another Time When You Heard It, is “a reconstruction of memories in my childhood home, a place I grew up in, and conversations I had with people I met during the time I made this album,” says Niyomkarn. “I extensively use field recording in my work because I want to be able to remember it.”

  1. 1 - if you suddenly fall in love, don't let up 2:30
  2. 2 - a story told by me 3:17
  3. 3 - cross over between 4:47
  4. 4 - ear crystals 4:40
  5. 5 - heaven level 7 2:47
  6. 6 - gathering existence 5:47
  7. 7 - you and me in the original time 4:05
  8. 8 - 2 dances 5:21
  9. 9 - zero-point energy 1:37
  10. 10 - I think of another time when you heard it 5:12
  11. 11 - sleeping bodies 2:25

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Liew Niyomkarn
I Think of Another Time When You Heard It

14,00

only 3 left

  1. 1 - if you suddenly fall in love, don't let up 2:30
  2. 2 - a story told by me 3:17
  3. 3 - cross over between 4:47
  4. 4 - ear crystals 4:40
  5. 5 - heaven level 7 2:47
  6. 6 - gathering existence 5:47
  7. 7 - you and me in the original time 4:05
  8. 8 - 2 dances 5:21
  9. 9 - zero-point energy 1:37
  10. 10 - I think of another time when you heard it 5:12
  11. 11 - sleeping bodies 2:25

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why we love this

A pile of memories that never ceases to grow. Sonic diarism at its best, where each texture and layer is crucial to any other.

about the cassette

Liew Niyomkarn builds a soft, dreamlike replica of the world around her with field recordings and found object samples. The album, titled I Think of Another Time When You Heard It, is “a reconstruction of memories in my childhood home, a place I grew up in, and conversations I had with people I met during the time I made this album,” says Niyomkarn. “I extensively use field recording in my work because I want to be able to remember it.”

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